Ravens defensive end Calais Campbell was back at M&T Bank Stadium for the team’s loss Sunday to the Tennessee Titans, his injured left calf heavily wrapped as he jogged around before the game.
But could he be healthy enough Thursday to take on the AFC North-leading Steelers in Pittsburgh? “We’re going to have to see about that,” coach John Harbaugh said Monday afternoon. “I’m sure hopeful, I can tell you that.”
The Ravens held a walk-through Monday evening, and Campbell was estimated to be unable to participate, according to the team’s injury report. The 33-year-old hurt his calf early in a win over the Indianapolis Colts and has missed the past two weeks, both losses.
Cornerback Jimmy Smith (ankle), who played Sunday, was also estimated to be out. Tight end Mark Andrews (thigh), outside linebacker Matthew Judon (ankle) and rookie guard Tyre Phillips (ankle) were limited. Phillips was designated to return from injured reserve earlier Monday.
The Steelers did not practice on Monday, and their report is a practice estimation. Running backs Trey Edmunds (hamstring) and Jaylen Samuels (quadriceps), linebacker Jayrone Elliott (illness), tight end Zach Gentry (knee), cornerback Joe Haden (knee) and wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster (foot) were the only players with noted injuries.